With much more than a fine view overlooking Loch Fyne, this is the ideal venue to get away from it all, spend some quality time with family and friends, and just relax.
This is a south facing detached converted steading located on the Cowal Peninsula, with stunning views over Loch Fyne. In recent years it has been fully refurbished and all the rooms are beautifully presented.
Accessed by a farm road, the property is within its own secure policy with gated entry. On entering is the entrance hall with stairs, an amazing large living space with seating area, dining area and kitchen, which will be the focal point for everyone staying here. Further on there is a family bathroom, a bunk room, a twin room and a utility room – all on the ground floor. Upstairs are two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom and the other with an en-suite shower room. One fold-out bed for a child is available for either of these rooms. There is a small area of lawn to the side and front, and then there are fields and a walk of approx. 500 metres to get to the loch. The cottage backs onto a farm yard and shares the drive. The cottage grounds are enclosed and there is private parking for four or five cars. Set in its own grounds, this delightful cottage is ideal for a family holiday or those wishing to base themselves within this popular west coast section of Scotland.
WHAT TO DO IN THE AREASituated in the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll this is a place to unwind and relax, with an opportunity to explore this "undiscovered peninsula". There are many outdoor activities available here, including a variety of excellent walks in the surrounding hills. Fishing is very popular, with the opportunity for fly fishing for salmon and sea trout on the River Ruel, with fishing permits available locally for the river and the local lochs, as well as sea-fishing available. There is a 9-hole golf course at Cowal. Horse-riding, sailing and other watersports are can be found at Portavadie Marina and Colintraive. Inveraray is a popular outing with Inveraray Castle and the town jail being highlights. Only two hours from Glasgow, it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the beautiful landscape and the wildlife.